Audi TT RS Roadster 2017, first spy photos from the Nürburgring


Audi TT RS Roadster 2017: your 400 HP will also come in body convertible

In the coming months, the range RS of Audi will be enriched with a new member. We refer to the Audi TT RS 2017, which come with body coupe and convertible. These are the first spy pictures of the Audi TT RS Roadster 2017, in their testing at the Nürburgring.

The camouflage is very present in your entire body, but its state of development is quite advanced and is almost equal to that of the coupe. Its official presentation will take place during the same year 2016, although we do not rule out that it is delayed a few months compared to the TT RS coupé.

In this generation, the Audi TT RS Roadster will keep the fabric soft top, by avoiding adding more weight than necessary except for the essential structural reinforcements. In addition, this sporty soft-top convertible 2+2-seater will continue using its characteristic arches of safety behind the rear seats.


This drive Audi TT RS 2017 and not equipped with that big rear spoiler as usual in the TT RS

Audi TT RS Roadster 2017 to differentiate it from the rest of the range through specific details, such as the front grille of grille, spoiler lower, larger rear view mirrors, silver or a diffuser, aerodynamic rear very visible. The rear spoiler is not present in this unit evidence, but will be incorporated in the production model.

Your running gear will also set up more sports, with largest brakes and alloy wheels of 19 inches. We can expect a engine 2.5 TFSI 400 HP, with five-cylinder turbocharged. The total traction quattro and the DSG dual-clutch will be good allies at the time of transmitting the asphalt with all this power, with acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h which will be about four seconds.

finally, there will be a technological deployment: a premiere of a spectacular rear-mounted OLED display, and will also incorporate the instrumentation digital ‘Audi virtual cockpit’ in its interior, present in the rest of the range model of the form optional.